With A Round Trip That Costs Less Than iPhone 11, Marrakech Should Be Your Next Global Destination; Srishti Magan; Scoop Whoop

You could be a tourist or traveler, Marrakech has something for everyone.

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Bucket List Travel: The Top 50 Places In The World; Laura Begley Bloom; Forbes

The results of the top 50 bucket list destinations include the most beautiful places on earth.

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Experience the Best of Morocco: Medinas, Ancient Ruins & World-Heritage Sites; Luxury Escapes

Today’s Luxury Escapes Travel Deal: Experience the Best of Morocco: Medinas, Ancient Ruins & World-Heritage Sites. Buy Now & Save 32% on Luxury Escapes Travel Deals.

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6 Top Things You Can See and Do In Marrakech; Icho Ouarzazate; Desert Morocco Adventure

What are the best things to see and do in Marrakech? 6 Top Things You Can See and Do In Marrakech. Icho Ouarzazate’s list explores some of the attractions…

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Logo Veterans’ Worlds Unveiled; Christian Pierre; IJF

The logo of the IJF Veterans World Championship has been unveiled. The colorful logo depicts two abstract judokas ready for action … which for the Veteran judokas worldwide will arrive soon.

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6 Places Rich With History to See in Marrakech; Juliette Owen-Jones; Morocco World News

Here are six of the most historic places to visit in Marrakech has to offer and the story behind them.

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Marrakech to host Morocco’s intangible heritage museum; The North Africa Post

Marrakech, the Red City, will soon be home to Morocco’s first intangible heritage museum, which will boost the city’s attractiveness to local and foreign tourists. The museum will be housed in the old central bank building in the mythical Jamaa EL Fna square, a cultural space listed on the UNESCO World heritage featuring street performers…

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From yoga to the Mediterranean diet, eight places to sample the ‘intangible cultural heritage’ Unesco celebrates; Tim Pile; SCMP

The wonders of our world are not always monumental or geological, as fans of Singapore’s hawker food or Hong Kong milk tea can attest. Visit these eight places to sample some of the world’s intangible cultural heritage.

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Marrakesh named the first ever African Capital of Culture; Lauren Keith; Lonely Planet

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7 perfect destinations for extroverts; Leora Rotschild; A Luxury Travel Blog

According to the most extensive study on personal space boundaries ever completed, people need less personal space in regions with hot weather. Interestingly the study also found that people from these areas stand even closer to strangers than they do to people they know. So, it might not be too surprising to see that all the destinations consistently up-voted by extroverts boast temperate to hot climates. If you are an extrovert, these are the destinations you should add to your travel to-do list before the weather turns cold: Victoria Falls, Zambia or Zimbabwe The falls themselves are one of the most

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12 Fun Things to Do in Africa on Your Very First Visit; Nur Sofia; Tripzilla

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Experience Africa’s diverse wildlife, vibrant cultures and thrilling adventure activities.

Teeming with diverse wildlife and vibrant cultures, the continent of Africa has a little bit of everything –modern cities, tropical rainforests, vast deserts, incredible wildlife reserves, cloud-piercing mountains, a myriad of unique ethnic tribes and some of the most hospitable human beings you’ll ever meet.

The Earth’s second largest continent is indeed an adventure lover’s playground. Knowing that Africa is truly vast, commute easily to some of these amazing destinations with Ethiopian Airlines and take comfort in hassle-free travels. Ditch the multiple transits and long flight connections with the convenience Ethiopian Airlines bring, and start your grand African escape on a high! With plush seats, generous baggage allowance and complimentary free flow of beverages  (alcoholic ones included!), Ethiopian Airlines will ensure that you finish your plane trip looking like you were pampered since take-off.

Flying to destinations such as Nairobi, Kilimanjaro, Cape Town, Victoria Falls, Johannesburg, Madagascar, Seychelles, Sao Paulo and even Buenos Aires, Ethiopian Airlines is now offering a special 20% off for bookings made from now till 31 March.

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In Marrakech, New Art Fair and Museum Make Case for an Intriguing Future; Andy Battaglia; Art News

Morocco – Medina of Marrakesh

It may well be that settings for people-watching can get no better than an art fair in a grand Moroccan hotel. The milling in and out of La Mamounia Palace in Marrakech was a sight to see last weekend in the midst of the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair: locals and travelers alike taking up their stations amid bountiful orange trees and swaying palms, with a lot of dashing fashion on display. Sounds and scents stirred the senses more, from clacking traffic noise drifting over top the hotel’s gated walls to a dizzying mix of floral aromas whirled together with notes of citrus and gasoline.

Inside, art from 17 galleries filled booths at the first edition of 1-54 in Africa, after previous incarnations of the fair dating back to 2013 in London and New York. “We wanted to do 1-54 since the beginning on the African continent—that was always our plan and ambition,” said Touria El Glaoui, the fair’s founding director.

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How to Spend a Lovely 4 Days in Marrakech; Compass And Fork

Morocco – Medina of Marrakesh

Wondering how long to stay and how to spend your time in Marrakech? Here we detail what to do day by day including activities, review Dar Les Cigognes, the riad where we stayed, and suggest where to eat if you have up to four days in Marrakech.

Marrakech Morocco’s Red City

Mystical, marvelous Marrakech (also spelled Marrakesh). In my mind it is a somewhat exotic destination with a mystique all its own. And honestly, I think that’s why you go Marrakech, either you are drawn to visiting or you’re not. For many people it is on the bucketlist and if you are like us, it was on it forever!

It doesn’t have any famous tourist attractions, no world class museums, and not many reasons to go there other than it’s Marrakech. And we loved it!

Nicknamed the “Red City” or “Ochre City”, Marrakech’s buildings and city walls all share a lovely, red or ochre color. If it were a modern phenomenon you might think some paint company sponsored the town!

Day 1: Exploring the Medina in Marrakech

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25 Tips for your First Trip to Marrakech, Morocco; Brianna; Casual Travelist

Morocco – Medina of Marrakesh

Few cities capture the imagination quite like Marrakech. A blend of Berber, Arabic and French influences give the UNESCO World Heritage site a timeless appeal. With the beautiful frenzy of the Medina, ornate Arabic architecture and one of the world’s greatest cuisines it’s no surprise that more people are traveling to Marrakech now more than ever. Whether you spell it Marrakech or Marrakesh (both are acceptable), a visit to Morocco’s Red City is surely an experience you will  never forget. Marrakech can be overwhelming to say the least, with a dizzying array of sights, smells and tastes providing a sensory overload; but armed with these tips you can make your first trip to Marrakech one to remember.

1.Airport/Transportation

Flights to Marrakech arrive at Menara Airport (RAK). A valid passport is required for entry into Morocco, currently for Americans visas are not required for visits less than 90 days (check the State Department website for the latest requirements).

Taxis are available but best to arrange transportation with your hotel.

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The 12 Best Places On Earth To Honeymoon In 2018; Oliver Lovett; Live And Invest Overseas

Morocco – Medina of Marrakesh

Whether you’re looking for luxury, hidden-gems, or the most romantic spots on earth, our list of the World’s Best Places To Honeymoon will deliver the goods.

“Happiness consists of living each day as if it were the first day of your honeymoon and the last day of your vacation.”  – Leo Tolstoy

Are you planning your honeymoon and trying to find the best destination? We have created a list of the top romantic retreats in the world right now. So whether you are newlyweds or even looking for a second honeymoon, we have something here for you. We know that what makes a great honeymoon is different for everyone so we have divided our list into 3 categories.

And once you have booked your dream vacation, take a look at our list of 24 Best Travel Apps to help you get the most out of your stay.

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Jemaa el-Fna The Heart of Marrakesh; Farah S Kamal; Mag The Weekly

Morocco – Medina of Marrakesh

I entered through Bab Doukkala, an old city gate built in the 12th century to the Northern side of Medina. Walking through a maze of souks, I reached the square of Jemaa el-Fna, “la place” or “the square” as it is called in Marrakesh. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is a city centre and by all means a comprehensive Moroccan cultural hub. The cacophony of sights and sound at this triangular shaped place attracts tourists from all around the world. It is a robust meeting place for Moroccans, busy merchants and engaged street performers. Together they all appear to be part of a beautifully choreographed live cultural performance right out of the Arabian Night tales.

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The 8 Most Magical Tours In Africa; Hannah; Trip101

Morocco – Medina of Marrakesh

See our pick of some of the best tours in Africa. From Morocco to Botswana, here is a list of places you’ve got to visit in 2017.

Africa is steeped in natural wonder, vast landmass, the different landscapes and climates – from the searing Sahara to the sleepy Savannah. It has both tropical rainforests and bustling metropolises with raw coast line on either side. Africa it seems has it all, with millions of tourists flocking to visit this magical continent every year it’s easy to see why, but with so much to choose from and so much to see, it’s hard to know how to begin your African adventure. Luckily we here at Trip101 have you covered.

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Free guided city tour Marrakech – Free Walking Tour in Morocco; Desert Morocco Adventure

Morocco – Medina of Marrakesh

Desert Morocco Adventure received the TripAdvisor certificate of excellent 2017, for that we would like to thank very much our guests for the great time we spent together and for the feedback. In future we will still do our best in order to achieve the best results.

We also would like to thank very much  Tripadvisor.

Free Guided City Tour Marrakech

Marrakech is a town in Morocco and lies in the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains. This red town was founded in 1062 by Yusuf Ibn Tashfin as the capital of the Almoravids.

Desert Morocco Adventure offers you a free of cost city walk tour to discover all what has this beautiful city to offer.

The Marrakech guided city walk tour starts at 9:00 am in Koutoubia Mosque square, Marrakech.  The tour includes a certificated city guide.

 

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48 Hours In Marrakech; Bianca O’Neill; The Urban List

Morocco – Medina of Marrakesh

Looking for an exotic getaway that ticks all the boxes? And by boxes we mean great food, great fun and (of course), great Instagram fodder…

Morocco is heating up as a travel destination with visitors and travel bloggers alike, and Marrakech – the cultural hub of the country – is where it’s at right now. In days gone by Marrakech was a hippy mecca, drawing Yves Saint Laurent, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones to its UNESCO World Heritage old town. Nowadays it’s filled with European tourists, French hipsters, and world travellers looking to explore the Sahara beyond.

Here’s our guide to exploring Marrakech in 48hours… but we can’t guarantee that you’ll actually want to leave!

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You’ve arrived! It’s a long flight from Australia, so after a walk through the old medina to get to your accommodation, check into your riad in Marrakech.

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